|Periodical:||The Psychical Review|
From Pat Deveney's database:
This was the journal of the American Psychical Society, which was founded in Boston in 1885 by Allen with the specific intention of supporting the “spiritualist hypothesis,” something that he and others felt was being neglected by the Society for Psychical Research. Allen was the secretary of the society and the editor of the journal, both of which collapsed from lack of support, financial and otherwise, from the public, including wealthy spiritualists whose support had been expected. Regular frontispiece engravings or photographs of notable researchers such as the Savage, Benjamin Orange Flower, B.F. Underwood, Hamlin Garland (an investigator for the society), J. Rodes Buchanan, et al., and contributions by the same and by Lucinda B. Chandler, Hester M. Poole, Giles B. Stebbins, James R. Cocke, and J.C.F. Grumbine. NYPL; Buffalo and Erie County Public Library; Columbia University; Cornell University; University of California, Berkeley; Yale University; Newberry Library; Northwestern University; etc. Microfilm, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, MI; LOC; Wisconsin Historical Society.
|Issues:||Psychical Review V1 Index 1892-3|
|Psychical Review V1 N1 Aug 1892|
|Psychical Review V1 N2 Nov 1892|
|Psychical Review V1 N3 Feb 1893|
|Psychical Review V1 N4 May 1893|
|Psychical Review V1 Wrappers 1892-3|
|Psychical Review V2 Index 1893-4|
|Psychical Review V2 N5 Aug 1893|
|Psychical Review V2 N6-7 Feb 1894|
|Psychical Review V2 N8 May 1894|
|Psychical Review V2 Wrappers 1893-4|
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